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Ravenwood Quarterly Issue 2

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Published October 2016 by Electric Pentacle Press
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Karl
Nov 01, 2016 rated it really liked it
This is the Halloween issue! Featuring:

Donald Armfield
DJ Tyrer
Philip Fracassi
Calvin Demmer
Scott Thomas
Brian O'Connell
Brandon Barrows
Tom Breen
John Paul Fitch
S.L. Edwards
K.A. Opperman
Ashley Dioses
Russell Smeaton

Interviews with:
Richard Gavin
Sam McCanna
Joseph Bouthiette Jr

Though not as good as Issue 1, however worth owning.

This is copy 38 of 100 copies printed.
Sam Edwards
Nov 03, 2016 rated it it was amazing
[Disclosure: I am the author of two pieces in Ravenwood Quarterly Issue #2. Because of this, I will not comment on my pieces "Skins," and "The Cthulhu Candidate." I will leave the discussion of these pieces to readers and my fellow contributors.]

Donald Armfield begins with a poem that captures the horror of fall and death. It is a tonal punch to the face.

DJ Tryrer takes you to a village that we all know, with a girl we all love. Because after all, if we didn't know the village, or for that matte
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Michael Adams
Excellent Halloween themed second issue of Ravenwood Quarterly. Once more high-quality standards are maintained, and in most ways I would say this issue is superior to the first. Standouts include the King in Yellow variation A Fall of Leaves by DJ Tyrer, the heartbreaking Eleven-One by Philip Fracassi, the very clever Turn Off the Porch Light by Tom Breen with it's a brilliant twist, elegant period piece Lady of the Hill by Scott Thomas, an awesome mini-comic written by Brandon Barrows with art ...more
Donald Armfield
Feb 09, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  (Review from the author)
It took me awhile to finish this, but hey everyday is Halloween right?

This collection did not surpass it's first but the artwork from Sam Heimer and a comic written by Brandon Barrows and art by Stephen Sistelli makes it a collectible at best.
The stories throughout the collection follow a Halloween theme some having cleaver twist and some of sorrow, others leave things hanging in the dark, for the next reader to turn the page.

*Tom Breen - Turn on the Porch Light
*John Linwood Grant - Preachers Ta
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Brian O'Connell
Nov 03, 2016 rated it really liked it
(Full disclosure: I am in this book, but it IS very, very good.)
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